Other than Beyonce who was nominated in but did not win two Grammy Awards categories (Best Solo Pop Son for “Spirit” and “Best Pop Vocal Album” for “The Lion King) moms got shut out of awards Sunday night.
But a couple of bumps did show up on the Red Carpet.
Australian model Nicole Trufino arrived in an elegant black gown to root on her husband Gary Clark Jr who won Best Rock, Best Rock Performance and Best Contemporary Blues Album.
The couple have two children with 5-year old son Zion and 1-year old daughter Gia.
She announced she was expecting her third child in the October 2019 issue of Elle Australia and is due to give birth any day now.
Meanwhile, 3rd-time mom-to-be, accountability coach and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Teddi Mellencamp attended Steven Tyler‘s annual Grammy watch party with her husband Edwin Arroyava.
First-time mom-to-be Marren Morris skipped the pomp and circumstance alogether selecting instead to babymoon with her husband at the lake.
She captioned the post on her Instagram feed, “Back at the farm. #babymoon ?.”
The singer was nominated Sunday evening for best country duo/group performance with fellow Highwomen band member Brandi Carlile. (Dan + Shay took home the honor.) Morris previously won a Grammy for best country solo performance for “My Church” in 2017, and performed at last year’s awards show.